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Word: chase

Definition: ornament a metal surface by indenting; follow rapidly to catch

Sentences Containing 'chase'

"Astro Chase" was the first release from the new company.
, and "Lively" joined the chase and shared in the capture.
9 NAPA Auto Parts Camaro for Chase Elliott, and the No.
A car chase ensues in which the kidnappers chase Nina and Shurik and Edik chase the kidnappers.
All four boats gave chase again; but the whale eluded them, and finally wholly disappeared.
All of a sudden, a Soviet agent begins to chase after Sasha.
And consequently Derick and all his host were now in valiant chase of this unnearable brute.
Bolling and his wife Adrienne have one son, Eric Chase.
But what's this long face about, Mr. Starbuck; wilt thou not chase the white whale?
Chase asked that appropriate call letters be assigned.
Chase operated the summer school Shinnecock from 1891 to 1902, which would place Delony Rice's studies with Chase no later than 1902.
Chase was born Daveigh Elizabeth Chase-Schwallier in Las Vegas, Nevada, but her name was changed to Daveigh Elizabeth Chase after her parents, Cathy Chase and John Schwallier, divorced.
Cordelia Chase has a vision of a child being attacked by a squidlike demon.
Damon then proceeds to chase him when he tries to run away.
Ellis married Dessie Corwin Chase of Cincinnati in 1894.
Established in 1970, the Chase Child Life Program was renamed in 2000 in honor of Chase Richards, whose parents co-founded The Chase Foundation to support this program.
Everyone thinks he is making it up and they all try to ignore him and/or chase him off.
Feeling cheated, Benoit continued to chase Jordan for the title.
For then, more whales are close round you than you can possibly chase at one time.
He bequeathed Sarum Chase in trust to the British Council of Churches.
He had a studio at his home, "Sarum Chase".
He was married to Fredrico Chase in 1907 and the couple had two daughters.
He was survived by two daughters, Myrna Chase and Paula Pines.
His tracks include "Brainfreeze", "Insomnia", and "The Chase".
How obvious is it, too, that this necessity for the whale's rising exposes him to all the fatal hazards of the chase.
In 1894 Thornton Chase became the first American Bahá'í.
Inferable from these statements, are many collateral subtile matters touching the chase of whales.
Is it some ill fed village hound yielding to the instinct of the chase?
It was produced by John Congleton of The Paper Chase.
Local witnesses gave chase but lost sight of the attackers.
Lucy blames herself for the accident, as she encouraged Kurt to chase after him.
Murphy's then-wife Chase Harringdine played the dryad.
No, no; stay on board, on board!--lower not when I do; when branded Ahab gives chase to Moby Dick.
One hastens to southern Africa to chase the giraffe; but surely that is not the game he would be after.
Rand and Rocchia hear about the ambulance on the radio, see it, and chase it.
Roth appears and the astronauts chase him, while Sarah frees the Doctor.
She married Rory Chase and lives in Ludlow, Shropshire, UK.
The crew begins to chase the whale after it signals Nolan to follow him.
The film tells the story of a chase using scraps of other films.
The film was produced by Whitney Houston and Debra Martin Chase and directed by Garry Marshall.
The frenzies of the chase had by this time worked them bubblingly up, like old wine worked anew.
The last section paved was between Chase and Reed City.
The Mildmay Novices' Chase is a Grade One National Hunt chase in Great Britain which is open to horses aged five years or older.
The principal of Berthoud High School is Chris Garcia, the Assistant Principal is Chase McBride.
The ship itself, then, as it sometimes happens, offered the most promising intermediate means of overtaking the chase.
The townspeople chase it off with gunshots.
Tintin and the captain give chase on a motorbike.
We didn't have no dog, and so we had to chase him all over the country till we tired him out.
William C. Chase, commander of the 1st Cavalry Brigade.
You do not know at all, and in this way they will chase him to Paris, without drawing a trigger.''

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